Bowling Green hires ex-Seton Hall coach Orr
Altman says he'll finish career at Creighton
Bzdelik taking over Colorado men's program
Donovan remains quiet about Kentucky opening
â€¢ HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Speaking before a fundraising dinner at Marshall University on Wednesday night, Florida coach Billy Donovan said he needs time to "decompress" following the Gators' second straight national championship, though he endorsed current Florida assistant Donnie Jones for the head coaching job at Marshall.
Donovan remains uncertain about his future. He said he hasn't been contacted about the Kentucky job since leaving the Georgia Dome after Florida beat Ohio State on Monday.
"If I was contacted by them, that would be something that I would have to think about," Donovan said.
â€¢ BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - Louis Orr was hired as the new basketball coach at Bowling Green on Wednesday, a job the former Seton Hall coach called "the perfect situation."
Orr, fired last year after five seasons at Seton Hall, takes over a team that failed to reach the NCAA tournament in 10 seasons under Dan Dakich.
â€¢ OMAHA, Neb. - A contrite Dana Altman vowed to finish his career at Creighton, just two days after he was introduced as Arkansas' new basketball coach.
"This is home," the 48-year-old Altman said Wednesday.
Just 24 hours after he was introduced at Arkansas on Monday, Altman was on a plane back to Omaha.
"My ego and money affected my decision," said Altman, who reportedly was offered $1.5 million by Arkansas.
â€¢ BOULDER, Colo. - Coach Jeff Bzdelik became the new coach at Colorado on Wednesday, leaving the top job at Air Force and signing a five-year deal with the Buffaloes.
At Air Force, Bzdelik had a 50-16 record with an NCAA tournament appearance last season and a trip to the NIT final four last week.
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